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I am writing this review because although we have yet to stay at the Woolverton Inn, our experience dealing with Carolyn and Bob has been nothing short of extraordinary. We booked a room several weeks ago only to have a prediction of snow foil our...More
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Response from Carolyn M, Owner at Woolverton InnResponded 26 February 2015
We look forward to your visit when the weather is more tolerable. Think Spring!!
Only 80 minutes from NYC nestled on the banks of the scenic deleware river you will find a little known oasis which has been formed by two towns in two adjoining states. Lambertville NJ and New Hope PA. Two scenic towns seperated by only a...More
Needed a room at the last minute in the area to meet up with family so called the inn. Carolyn one of the owners, was so gracious and more than willing to accommodate us. We stayed in the original master bedroom of the house, Amelia's...More
I am so glad that we decided to stay at the Woolverton Inn for our 19th wedding anniversary. We stayed in the Hunter cottage and absolutely loved it. The rooms are very comfy and clean and the grounds are very tranquil. The breakfast in the...More
We stayed in the Cotswold Cottage and it was almost like traveling back over to the English Countryside. The room is a wow experience with a vaulted ceiling and gorgeous Cotswold mural over the jacuzzi tub. You can sit together on the bay window alcove...More
For dining, we enjoyed Via Ponte and I seem to remember it is a BYOB. There is a very good wine store a couple doors down. Dinner at the Stockton Inn was mediocre and was pricier. French Town is close is you drive north... More
For dining, we enjoyed Via Ponte and I seem to remember it is a BYOB. There is a very good wine store a couple doors down. Dinner at the Stockton Inn was mediocre and was pricier. French Town is close is you drive north and there is New Hope and Lambertville to the south. Lots of restaurant choices there. We enjoyed hiking along the canel and found the PA side more scenic. Enjoy.